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We have stayed here a couple of times. We get the suite with 2 bedrooms and the downstairs living room and kitchen. The views of the lake are exceptional. The rooms are nice, but expensive. Having the kitchen does help offset the cost by being...More
Although the views of Lake Superior are spectacular the resort was disappointing. There is a 3 night minimum during peak season. The prices are high for the quality of the rooms. We booked a two bedroom suite. A suite in my experience indicates a common...More
My wife and I are here again. This is our 5th time staying here. We will be back again soon. They have all ranges of rooms for reasonable prices. It is right on Lake Superior . They have 2 excellent restaurants on site that serve...More
We love staying here because of the wood burning fireplaces and how clean the units are. They are also right on Lake Superior and have ample access to different restaurants. They also have plenty of sites and attractions to take in around the area.
For the price of our small room, we thought it was a bit worn out and shabby. We were surprised that the “bed and breakfast” offer was just a prepaid use of the buffet. But we loved the outdoor hot tub, and found staff to...More
Bluefin Bay on Lake Superior is unmatched in its intimate proximity to the largest freshwater lake in the world – Lake Superior. The stunning views, warm and friendly hospitality, award-winning restaurants, …Moreand a full-service resort with complimentary outdoor equipment and activities are the hallmarks of Bluefin Bay. Choose from hotel suites, or one, two or three bedroom condos on the lake. Our restaurants, the Bluefin Grille and Coho Café and Bakery also overlook the lake. Less
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Response from BluefinGM | Property representative |
Good morning. The kitchen is fully stocked with pots and pans, an electric griddle, blender, salt and pepper. Standard automatic drip coffee maker and all the coffee supplies including several different flavors of creamer... More
Good morning. The kitchen is fully stocked with pots and pans, an electric griddle, blender, salt and pepper. Standard automatic drip coffee maker and all the coffee supplies including several different flavors of creamer and tea. If you run out, call the front desk and we will deliver more at no additional charge. Obviously utensils, plates, bowls, glasses, coffee cups, etc. If you plan on roasting a big turkey or pot roast you may want to bring your own roasting pan. I always remind guests that we offer a variety of activities from kayaking to canoeing, guided hikes and biking all at no additional cost. Check out "Resort Activities" under the "Play" option on our website. The yoga class is extremely popular. The instructor is one of the top in the state. Please let me know if you have additional questions.
Response from Kathleen K | Reviewed this property |
You really never know. The possibility is there, and you can check Web sites that help predict solar flares. Bear in mind that most places along the North Shore of Lake Superior are oriented to the lake (eastwardly) rather... More
You really never know. The possibility is there, and you can check Web sites that help predict solar flares. Bear in mind that most places along the North Shore of Lake Superior are oriented to the lake (eastwardly) rather than to the north (where the thick and tall forest is). I've seen some lucky photographers whose timing was perfect and they got shots of Northern Lights that captured the lake as well. But that's less common. Probably the only more-or-less dependable places to catch Northern Lights are closer to the Arctic Circle (Alaska, Finland, Iceland, for example) and usually in winter. Sadly, as long and as often as I've been going up to the North Shore, I have yet to see them myself. Check out the work of photographers Nace Haggeman, Christian Dalbec, and David Johnson to get an idea of where they catch Northern Lights. All three are amazing photographers!